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in campbell soup will phase it out they say they have to respond. >> this is an example. campbell soup does not have an alternative. john: it does stop botulism that does kill people. >> know they're under pressure to phase out so imagined how much money they are spending on research and develop -- research and development instead of expanding there base other than finding a chemical that is safe. john: another chemical that is found in school supplies. causing liver damage? >> every year when school starts you will see the reports. killer backpacks. the cbc said the only way you could get salivates into your body a trace levels if you consume them. if your child is eating their binder or backpack that is the concern. until they either did you do not need to worry. john: even then they have to eat a lot. julie gunlock from the independent women's forum. what do libertarian's do with bad news? what about celebrities when they scrap? >> she called 911 on christmas day. john: can bad news be good for celebrities? next. initiated. neural speeds increasing to 4g lte. brain upgrading to a quad-co
in 1906. campbell soup register its trademark. you know that one. today nearly 100 million u.s. households consumed campbell's soup each and every year, and the cans design has not changed in 100 years. the inspiration came when the company executives, a big fan of cornell university red and white football uniforms, decided to use the same colors. sales account for more than 60 percent of the entire u.s. supermarket. the company tells us zero -- total of almost 2 billion cans per year, and the favorite selections to match a canoe, title, and cream of mushroom. registered on the stay in business january 9th, 107 years ago today. we'll be right back. ♪ ♪ gerri: did you hear the story we have at the top of the show? a couple from orlando facing fines for grilling a vegetable garden in their front yard. as much as $500 per day. is that fair? should you be able to do what you want in your own yard? matt says this, if you own it you should be able to do any illegal activity you want. unfortunately the garden is illegal per city code. while many are ridiculous, they are a lot. john writes, wh
of the cme, and markets panel, joe bell, senior equity analyst, and mike harris, president of campbell and company. tim, we had a ruering start of the year. the question is whether the momentum can be sustained. what do you think? >> well, i mean, at least as far as -- closing near a five year high today, very positive, more than 7% of the all time high set back in october of 2007. you know, momentum's there, and i think liz commented earlier, people finding nowhere to go. flows coming into equities, zero interest rate right now, this is the alternative. it's good, but be care. another debacle, debt ceiling coming up in a month or so, but right now, that's long term. liz: howard of counter fitzgerald in the last hour said that. he said this is the real debt ceiling. there's always something, isn't there, david? i mean, that's the point. where do you get the best deal? equities? you see that with the inflows to mutual funds. i worry when you see that that some people call the smart money the ones that were in during the time of fear and the slower money that retail money coming in now i
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